Baseball season is here!
Spring means baseball, and what better way to enjoy a warm night than at the Louisville Bats game?
The Bats got their start in Louisville in 1982, when the St. Louis Cardinals moved their Triple A affiliate team, the Redbirds, to Louisville. Games were originally played at Cardinal Stadium. In 1998, the team became affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers and were renamed the RiverBats. The next year, the team moved their games to the new Slugger Field downtown, which can seat 13,131 people. In 2000, the team became affiliated with their current team, the Cincinnati Reds. And in 2002, the team was rebranded as the Louisville Bats that we know today.
Louisville Bats games are tons of fun for the whole family. They can accommodate group outings and birthday parties, and they also have a great Kids Club package. For just $25, kids 12 and under receive admission to all Sunday home games, a kids jersey, a cooler, plus 2 free attraction vouchers. And, every Sunday, there is an inflatable fun zone, and kids eat free! It's an amazing deal and more than pays for the cost of joining, even if you can't make all of the Sunday games.
Their next game is tonight, Wed April 12th, at 6:35pm against the Toledo Mud Hens. Check out their full schedule here. And don't forget to check out all of the fantastic lofts, condos, and homes for sale while you're downtown!